Spicers launches dealer training programme

23 August 2007 — Sawston (UK): Spicers is launching new training programmes for dealers, in partnership with specialist training company, Pro-Train4Results.

The aim of the training programmes, covering topics such as sales, time management and marketing, is to help dealers improve management skills and give their companies a competitive edge.


Andrew Kureishy, business development director at Spicers, said: "In talking to dealers, one of the messages that has emerged is that dealers recognise the benefits of training, but can’t always find the budget for many of the business management courses out there that are quite high cost. We wanted to bring professional training within the reach of all our dealers and from a partner with proven expertise."


A range of courses will be available to dealers at a cost of £145 ($290) per day from September.


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